With the beginning of the 1935 season, the Midget Auto-Racing Association was disbanded, and a new one formed under the title Of " NatiOnal Midget Racing Association" with Earl Haskell, famous big-time race-car owner, as president.
P-Series was developed from the J-Series and has a sturdier chassis, better brakes, three-bearing crankshaft and other refinements. The PB-type Midget is available in Two-seater, Four-seater and Airline Coupé variants and have a 939-cc (60x83 mm) four-cylinder engine, developing 43 bhp at 5500 rpm.
Faulkner built this midget racer in 1935. It was sold in 1936 and changed hands many times over a period of ten years. During that time, Faulkner raced the midget car for its different owners and made repairs and improvements when needed.
Nov 15, 2005 · Page 1 of 2 - Racing History - posted in Vintage Midget Racing: Here is some Racing History I compiled off the Internet. It is a little bit of everything from Midget to Sprint cars to Dirt Champ Cars.I am listing all the event happenings by Months and also the date they took place in that month. I will add to some of the Months when I find some more time.